Linda McMahon Enjoying Dead Heat With Dick Blumenthal in New U.S. Senate Poll

Too bad those pesky print/online reporters showed up at what was to have been an all-broadcast availability in Linda McMahon’s West Hartford office. The Blogster thinks it would have been very
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Experts Say Next Governor Faces Many Transit Challenges

Joseph J. McGee, vice president of public policy and programs at the Business Council of Fairfield County, said last week that the state needs a governor willing to invest in the state’s economic
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Gov. Jodi Rell, at Pizzeria Tomorrow in Newington, Will Order a Pie to Set Tone for End of Her Term: Lame Duck With Buffalo Mozz

At 3 p.m. tomorrow the governor will kick off the third annual “Connecticut Restaurant Week” at Joey’s Garlic Pizzeria, 150 Kitts Lane, in the Shaw’s Plaza off the Berlin Turnpike in Newington. The
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Foley is Late-Breaking Participant in Gubernatorial-Education Forum

Folks at the Connecticut Coalition for Achievement Now (ConnCAN) advocacy group just notified the Blogster that Tom Foley, the Republican gubernatorial candidate, has agreed to join Democrat Dannel
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New Q Poll on U.S. Senate Race Will Come Out Early Tomorrow. How Close Can World Wrestling Entertainment’s Linda McMahon Get?

Quinnipiac University Poll Director Douglas Schwartz, Ph.D., tomorrow will release the latest survey of likely voters and their preferences for U.S. Senate. The Blogster wonder how close Linda
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Forget the Chocolate-Covered Bacon. This Year It’s Chocolate-Covered Jalapenos (?!?!?!) at the Big E

Yeah, the bacon was pretty disgusting, in a tasty, sort of heart-stopping, gloriously self-destructive way. Don’t worry, that’s still there, but this year, cocoa heads might want to consider
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Foley, Malloy, Like Late-Season Dragonflies, Lock in Death Spiral Over Health-Care Campaign Turf.

     Ah yes. We must be past Labor Day, for the gubernatorial race is moving apace, with nearly daily engagements between Democrat Dannel Malloy and Republican Tom Foley. Here’s Foley’s proposal today
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What’s All That Digging Going On At The Capitol? “Green Capitols” Will Channel Water Away From Storm Sewers

  There are few things the Blogster likes better than covering the quarterly meetings of the Capitol Preservation and Restoration Commission. Few people ever attend the meetings of the commission, who
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